$100 Question from Genetics Often called the “father of genetics.”
$100 Answer from Genetics Who is Gregor Mendel?
$200 Question from Genetics In order for a mutation to be passed from one generation to the next, the mutation must be present in these types of cells.
$200 Answer from Genetics What are the gametes? (Sex cells, sperm, egg cells also acceptable.)
$300 Question from Genetics Type of reproduction which results in the offspring being identical to the parent.
$300 Answer from Genetics What is asexual reproduction?
$400 Question from Genetics A disease that is “caught” or passed from one organism to another?
$400 Answer from Genetics What is infectious disease?
$500 Question from Genetics The molecule that allows hereditary information to be passed from generation to generation.
$500 Answer from Genetics What is DNA or Deoxyribonucleic Acid?
$100 Question from Punnett Practice The genotype that correctly fills in the empty square. RR R r RR ? Rr RR The first to correctly write the answer on his/her whiteboard wins this round:
$100 Answer from Punnett Practice What is Rr?
$200 Question from Punnett Practice If a genetic trait is represented by the letter “b”, this letter combination would be used to represent the heterozygous genotype.
$200 Answer from Punnett Practice What is “Bb”?
$300 Question from Punnett Practice The ratio of dominant to recessive phenotypes of the offspring. Dd D D The first to correctly write the answer on his/her whiteboard wins this round: D = Dimples d = No Dimples
$300 Answer from Punnett Practice What is 4 Dimples : 0 No Dimples?
$400 Question from Punnett Practice A red flower (Rr) is crossed with a red flower (Rr). First to correctly write: Completed Punnett square List the genotypes of the offspring List the phenotypes of the offspring
$400 Answer from Punnett Practice Rr R r RR rr Rr Genotypes: RR 1: Rr 2: rr 1 Phenotypes: Red 3: White 1
$500 Question from Punnett Practice First to correctly write: Completed Punnett square List the genotypes of the offspring List the phenotypes of the offspring A homozygous dominant brown mouse is crossed with a heterozygous brown mouse (Use B and b)
$500 Answer from Punnett Practice Genotypes: BB = 2; Bb = 2 Phenotypes: Brown = 4 BB b B Bb BB
$100 Question from Ecology The name given to a type of organism that produces its own food, such as plants and some bacteria.
What is a producer? $100 Answer from Ecology
$200 Question from Ecology Term used to describe the replacement of one type of community by another at a single place over a period of time.
$200 Answer from Ecology What is succession?
A term used to describe the largest number of organisms an area can support. $300 Question from Ecology
What is carrying capacity? $300 Answer from Ecology
Type of behavior demonstrated when a baby chick pecks its way out of its shell. $400 Question from Ecology
What is innate behavior? $400 Answer from Ecology
The symbiotic relationship between a bee and the flower that feeds on its nectar. $400 Answer from Ecology
What is mutualism? $500 Answer from Ecology
$100 Question from Food Web An organism that gets its energy by eating other organisms.
$100 Answer from Food Web What is a consumer?
$200 Question from Food Web Three ingredients that must be present for plants to make glucose through photosynthesis.
$200 Answer from Food Web What are carbon dioxide, water, and sunlight?
$300 Question from Food Web Two organelles present in a typical plant cell but not in an animal cell?
$300 Answer from Food Web What is the chloroplast and cell wall?
$400 Question from Food Web Photosynthesis occurs in this organelle of a plant cell.
$400 Answer from Food Web What is the chloroplast?
$500 Question from Food Web Three primary consumers in the food web
$500 Answer from Food Web What are the mouse, grasshopper, and rabbit?
$100 Question Evolution A 19 th century scientist who studied organisms while traveling and eventually published his radical ideas of how organisms evolve.
$100 Answer from Evolution Who is Charles Darwin?
$200 Question Evolution A term that describes how some species “naturally” disappear because they cannot adapt to their environment while other species continue to adapt and thrive.
$200 Answer from Evolution What is natural selection?
$300 Question from Evolution A large region on Earth characterized by a specific type of climate and certain types of plant and animal communities.
$300 Answer from Evolution What is a biome?
$400 Question from Evolution The five kingdoms of all living organisms.
$400 Answer from Evolution What are the plant, animal, protist, fungi, and moneran (bacteria) kingdoms?
$500 Question from Evolution Most of the minerals within an ecosystem are recycled and returned to the environment by the direct activities of these organisms.
$500 Question from Evolution What are decomposers?
The animal in the food web that is an omnivore. Final Jeopardy – 2 jolly ranchers grass beetle grasshopper mouse hawk
$500 Answer from Food Web What is a mouse?
These two body systems work together to produce movement. Final Jeopardy 2 3 jolly ranchers
What are the skeletal and muscular body systems?